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December 19, 1915 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-12-19

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Evenling CI thes/
This cut represents our Full Dress ,-
Suits made by the Stein 'lach Co.
and which- are off eredt at a , special
price for the holidays at $35,00,
Full Dress Coats $ 25-00
TueoCas .2.0Full Dress Pantaloons. 6.50
Full Dress VNests... 3.501
Full Dress Suits ...35.00
T~hese Suits are all made by the Stein ?$loch Co.
anal we will sell you any part of the suit at
the above price, these we carry in stock and
are this season's style.

1-- -_________ Now

THIS season's style demands
form-fitting clothes. That
makes it absolutely necessary that
experts work on your suit from the
start. And of course, you require
all wool materials, in your choice
of shade, fabric, and cut.
You'll get just what you want
at The Big Store.

9 t r

$15 to $35

Pre-Vacation S

$6.00 S o e s .$4.98
$5*00 . Shoes,. $4.48


308 so.
State St.

Make your Christmas Selections
Fromn our fine line of
Perfumnes, Brushes, Traveller's Sets, Shaving
Helps, and other good sundries
TH EBERBACH (Ca SON CO. 200-202 W. Liberty $t.
is 's }

PlZother says.
We are all to meet at
Oren's Cafeteria
Christrnas 1Dinner


Our Specialty"

Scietfic Congres
Prof. W. J. Hussey, director of the
university observatory, Prof. ;1. W.
C lover, of the 1rathrutics dpart -
inent, andl Prof. Jesse S. Reeves.
of the political' Science depar ient
have been aptlointed the official Pop-
rssetatvesof the unix ersity to the
.Iseendm~li -Amercan Sietitfic ('o-
igres w -\v Pill ill"(eetil Washil-to.
D. C., frem December 27 to Januar S.
"Work of the (msratory at La
P'lata, Artentine.' is the sbect o1f
paper to be deiverecd before the(Con-
gress by Professor Hussey. At the
request of the programn committee,
IProfessor e ees vvill speak on the
subject, "Training in "Political Sciencel
for Inte riationa1 Commerce."
The5secodflan-American Scientific
Congress, meeting in Washington'0, bids
fair to be ihe most important gath-
ering of its kindt ever held il this
countfry\\ ib the Cooperation of the
U.nited tates, got emcu nt anfd the
various national senai tie and eca-
tional societies,, delegites from prac-
tically every country in the two
Americais will come togecther fo a
mutual interchange of ideas.
In ou %n' n ncountry n1frol ev1y
leading scientific ",ciety and Ironi-
neat institution will be in attenaic.
to faciitate cooperation and insure
a syst ert ic atta ek on the Nvork at
'I'enonic Causes Of I at ernti ol~
Rivalries and W'ars in Anciilt imt''iiris,"
is the snb ect of :it k by 'rot. A. 1".
I Boah, of the llisto-Y etlcpatllt n, to
be ;ivael beore the Amierican iII istori-
cal Association. Beore the wale boy
Prof,.LT. Ff. Phillips wil speak on the
topic, "The Papers of Business I louses
in H1istorical \i'rk.'' Profesos C. I.
Van TLyic, A. . (Cross, E. I!. 'lurnr
anid Mr. R. 11. McLevan. of the depart-
ipent, will also attend.
Prof. J.. 8.Rieeves, Ilof. It. T. Crae,
and Mdr. T. It. :layden will attend the
meeting of the American Socety of
International Law. rofe ssor Reeve
will discuss "The JutAjiabil ity of In-
ternational lDisputes."
The economics departmnt will be
represented at the meetings of the
American Eonomnic Association by
Professors F. M. 'T'aylor I. L. Shrf-
wuan, and Daid FriIay.
The Other scee-s iuCetiu'at th
time will also be lieraly ltendfed by:
members' of the faculty of this Qn -
versity and others interested in the
Six Mlen Selece'd ltA pa 4 t Tryut
At the tryoats of thn' Alpha Naion
Thursdaye evnng forthe Aid-West
debates, six nca were sel'ected by the
judges ais eligible for the tied tryout:
to be held before the oratory faclty
sonme time after the holidays. The se-
lected candidates follow: C . F. ut-
ton, '17; IFf. 1. Sprinig tu, '17; V. 'T.
Adams, '17; S. L. Kennedy, '17 It.lR.
Baunier, '17; Herman Chapman '18.
fromt the House of Riuppenhelmer oa
sago lby N. F Allen & Co., 'lan
9Treet. we-eoaI
We can do your papering, painting,
tinting, etc., at once. C. H. Major&
Co. Phone 237. edtdec2l.
The Annm Arbor Press-Ph1oie -o. .

Your, Xmas Outfit
will not be complete
without one- of these
new bhats.
We are neow showing the new
greens a 'nd 'advance spring styles
in Pe:riish gree~n in the well
known Mallory ltints at

Most of us don't know. We have
not made the choice o f a road.
lt'> almost thait wa0th clothes, It's a matter of
chance many times. *we prefer that you know
definitely abo:,,ut your clothes. You will buy.FIT-
FUF .lFOR.) is imade by the best clothing firm it the
country and in so careful a manner that we _want
you to wear these suits for style and for good
miaking. if you are dissaitisfiedl, notify us and we
will maIke good.
.! pi;mrm-tee is given 11s hut -Ownit FT RM
goes wvrong or does not wFear right that we can.
give you a new suit in its place. We stand back
of what you buy from us a<nd the manufacturer
ba cks us up.
The price vofn p.y, die vailue yoti get, are all m
portant to us a s well as to you. FI TFORM at $15,
$18, $20, $22.50 and up. to $30 is everything that
price calls for.




Our "Sphinx~
at $2.00


a' a

Open all vacation-Student managementI


No Drops
Needed in Our
Eye Examnination.

My 'specialty is making
D~rugless .Eye 1Examinalions-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable mee to
mnake your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
0 ptometrist-Optician
with Arnold & Co.-, JeWeleiS, 220,S. Mai St

ceither scf I or derbies are equal
to most hats selling for a dollar
r,%z ___
Branch Salcsroomn
Next to Delta
sWho le nhjti in Ann Arbor
to .ake Part h* Lively Affairs
fini sand get-tog;ether meetings
for stu<dents remaining in Ann Arbor
during vacation will be held each
,night of the two weeks' recess in 'New-
berry hail under the auspices of the
V. ,. (,. A. andi the student pastors.
NetnC. Fetter, chairman of the
exo;mmu itee in charge, p~lans to make
the socials lively affairs. At the first
mneetingTnedy night, committees
vjill be appointed to arrange the pro-
gram. for Cthe next entertainment.
i~esi dos refreshments and games.
various stunts will be provided, for
the purpose of alleviating all home-
sickness on the part of the guests.
Welhstvr Picks Debat ing Candidates
Webterlobating society held its
first tr -out for the Mid-West debating
league last night. The successful
carndidates chosen from a total of 12
contestants are: G. C. Claas sen,
17L,- t. S. MVunter, '1(1L; K. MA.
Stephens, '16L; S. F. Cohn, '18L;
L, NV. Lisle. '11L; F. Crawford, '161.
Mihe-e men, together with a like ntum-
ber chosen from the other debating
societies, will appear before the ora-
torical faculty, who will pick the rep-
resonting teams romn this corps.
Always see The Ann Arbor Tress
for yur riming if you -want duality.
?Pre sLld.e, Ma),nrd street. Phone

Reule, Co'nlin HFegel
THE BIG STORE 200-202 Main Street
Where Are You Going?



116 E. Liberty St. Young Men'r
"Fitforni is GAood Form"

Special for the
rest of the








Mic hig an Daily



Why suffer indigestion when you
can get good home-cooked meals at
Bloomfield's. Try us after Christmas.


LaeCpLeave Copy
quarry's andStdns
11':41X113)FOR REIN
W A N T E D - Position - Competent FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms;
white woman, wishing to cook in a suitable for a doctor or dentist; all
fraternity or take charge of kitchen, piped and wired; guaranteed steam
Fine references. Inquire City Y. W. bheat. 1713-MOR, 1661-J.' J. K. Mal-
C. A. Telephone 1108. decl5to2l corn. - novl6tf
WANTED-Experienced janitor sem'- FO11I [tENr---lesicable suite. 33- [.
vices can be secured after JIanuary Jeerod 1
1; capable of caring for heat,
lights, water, -elevators, etc. Ad- ___ _ LOST
dress Janitor, Michigan Daily. LT -w '' ill the person who took
decl8-I9janG onvercoat from Library Friday even-
'OR SALT tug, returni to 707 Church, a-nd re-
OR SALE cei ib-ral reward, or retuni to
FR SALE----Overcoat f long , 01eav I nry. No (Itestionsakd
Chinchilla, little worn; sire,37; cost ____e_________
$30; sell for $10. Call 'Tond:yayf~- SCLA OT
ternoon, 503 E. Liberty. decl8-19 ~
_- ~Special ceursion rate from Toledo
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter number to st. Louis and return for $.0
nine, latest model, never been used. Good front> December 21 to Janiuary 5.
$65. Phone 2136-J., deel7to2l Call A _nuis. 189. de(c19

Where are You Going to Eat
DuringChristmas Vacation?


Regular Breakfast 6-10 A. M., 1loc, 15e, 2 oJ
Regular Dinner, 11 A.M.- 2 P. M., 20c, 25c, 30c
Regular Supper, 4:30-7:30 P.M., 20c, 25c-, 30c, 35c

Lunches anid Short Order
at all hours




Cysa Restaurant, 601 E. Liberty



The Poua-'Ukulele'' would make a splendid Present for
anyone who loves good music-
It is a facsimile of time Spanisli Guitar. No music ina all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
WVe are State Agents for the ,gcntuimmc Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
Comnpetent Instructors

A store to get good elothes-Reule, &'CHRISTMAS
Cowin & Fiegel. uov3-7-12-17-21 Leyhn in Chrlstmas _preset
__________ )r men. N. F. Algn Co., Clothiers
House party time is drawing nigh. M ain St. ed
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepr rel Powdered wax for dancing floor,
to take care of you efficiently. 4,tark perforated top cans. C. H. Major
Taxcb o lhone Z2255 . 0,o\lfitf Co. Phone 237. 'edtec2-


11I6 S. sain St Phone 1707


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